Steve Bond is an Israeli American television actor and model.
Bond was born Shlomo Goldberg in Haifa, Israel of a Romanian mother and a Hungarian father who had emigrated to Israel. He was a child actor who starred in Tarzan and the Jungle Boy, a 1968 release. He recreated himself in America in the early 1980s after doing his mandatory military service for the state of Israel. He became a daytime television actor on General Hospital. In 1984 Bond posed bare-chested for a pin-up wall poster.
He married in 1982 and had a daughter. In 1989, he joined the cast of daytime drama Santa Barbara as Mack Blake where he stayed for one year only. Later, he starred as a seductive but evil vampire in the movies To Die For and Son of Darkness: To Die For 2.
1988 marks the year of Bonds' breakthrough on to the Big Screen in his acclaimed theatrical role as Travis Abilene in the Andy Sidaris classic "Picasso Trigger."